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Existing COM objects thru Webservices

 
Sandep Chaturvedi
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In my company, we have existing COM applications which are used by some ASP based application. We are developing new J2EE web based application where we want to use these components. Is web services right way to go or messaging/COM bridge should be considered?
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Kyle Brown
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Web Services will probably be the easiest way to go, but other technologies may be faster (e.g. things like an ActiveX/CORBA bridge or Sun's COM wrappers).
Kyle
 
Sandep Chaturvedi
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Thanks Kyle,
COM bridge (from Weblogic) is under consideration. Whats the Sun's com wrapper. Which is faster/more scalable/reliable....
 
Jim Baiter
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I've used bridge2java before and found it very good.
 
Shan Karawita
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Is bridge2java free to use in production?
 
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